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The H1 comes with everything you need to capture audio wherever you go.
The ultra-compact H1 is tiny enough to be slipped into your pocket, yet it delivers big sound. It's perfect for capturing song ideas and documenting lectures and meetings—a whole lot faster and easier than taking notes!
With its built-in stereo X/Y microphone, Auto Level control, and low cut filter, the H1 is also ideal for recording interviews, live concerts, and band rehearsals.
Smaller than most cell phones and weighing in at just two ounces, you can take the ultra-portable H1 wherever you go—live concerts and band rehearsals, location video shoots, lectures and meetings.
The H1's built-in X/Y microphone provides two matched unidirectional microphones set at a 90 degree angle relative to one another. The X/Y technique provides a great way to cover a wide area while still capturing sound sources in the center with clarity and definition, making it perfect for all types of live stereo recording.
Alternatively, you can connect a pair of external microphones or line level signal to the H1's Mic/Line Input mini phone jack for other types of stereo recording.
In addition, there's a Line/Headphones Output with a dedicated volume control so you can plug in headphones or interconnect the H1 with other equipment such as a DSLR. There's even a built-in speaker for fast monophonic monitoring of the recorded signal without the need to make any connections.
When you're ready to take your recordings to the next level, simply connect the H1 to your computer via USB and launch your favorite editing software, such as the supplied WaveLab LE. The H1 can even be used as a 2-in/2-out audio interface or USB microphone.
Very cheap feeling plastic, would hate to drop it! Audio quality not the best until you add a ETM-001 external microphone. If you purchase this, the ETM-001 is a must! Read morePublished 3 days ago by Richard J.
It works well, but it is cheaply made. The start/pause button fell out, and now I can't operate this $100 piece of equipment.Published 4 days ago by Joe
I've been using this recorder for about 6 months now. What I love about it (as compared to the H4N, which I also love) is that it boots much faster and fits neatly in almost any... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Crates
The only thing truly disappointing is the battery life. I go through batteries like crazy which is frustratingPublished 14 days ago by joege
A very solid recorder for the price. I was looking for a cheap recorder to use for field recordings to then use in music productions. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Chris
After using the more expensive Sony M10 recorders for years I had ended up needing another recorder so I bought this.
So far so good. It's small enough to put in a pocket. Read more
The Zoom H1 is highly popular and I see why but it does have an exception. I plan to use this handy recorder as a shotgun mic on my DSLR camera using a hotshoe adapter by screwing... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Krown